May lauds the freedom that keeps us in chains



PM defends the laissez-faire market of foodbanks, financial crisis and war
Theresa May was ridiculed yesterday for singing the praises of the free market despite it leaving millions of people in poverty, reliant on foodbanks and unable to heat their homes.
In a speech marking 20 years of the Bank of England’s operational independence, the Prime Minister applauded the system which caused the worldwide financial collapse of 2008.
She insisted that a free market economy, operating under the right rules and regulations, remained the “greatest agent of collective human progress ever created.”
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29 September 2017 in Regional, Views: 45
Source: Morning Star
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